Macro consolidating workbooks

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Ed Tech Institute, LLC formerly known as The Sage Group, LLC, an NCCRS member since May 2003, has been providing workforce-training services for over 15 years.

In 1988, the company was founded as the Pace Group and established its reputation for excellent customer service and relationship building.

Course 1 and 2: The Microsoft Office Outlook - Basic and Intermediate courses are designed for participants to enhance their computer applications skills.

Each course covers the various level functions and features of Microsoft Office Outlook .

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The course focuses on the three basic structures of programming that apply to any programming language – Sequence, Selection, and Loop.

Concepts are reinforced through the use of business examples for understanding and application.

Course 3: Students will be able to: use the IF and SUMIF functions to calculate a value based on specified criteria; use a nested IF function to evaluate complex conditions; and use the ROUND function to round off numbers; use the PMT function to calculate periodic payments for a loan; use Date and Time function to calculate duration in years, months, and days or time; display, print, and hide formulas; create array formulas to perform multiple calculations on multiple sets of data at one time; and change calculation options and iteration limits; use the VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP functions to find values in worksheet data; use the MATCH function to find the relative position of a value in a range; use the INDEX function to find the value of a cell at a given position in a range; and use data tables to project values; use the Data Validation feature to validate data entered in cells; and use database functions to summarize data values that meet criteria you specify; export data from Excel to other formats, and import data from a text file into an Excel workbook; import XML data into a workbook, and export data from a workbook to an XML data file; and use Microsoft Query and the Web query feature to import data from external databases; Use the Goal Seek and Solver utilities to meet a target output for a formula by adjusting the values in the input cells; use the Analysis Tool Pak to perform statistical analysis; and create scenarios to save various sets of input values that produce different results; Run a macro to perform tasks automatically; recorded macros; assign a macro to a command button and a button in the worksheet; use a button to run the macro; create an Auto-Open macro; edit a macro by editing VBA code; and create a custom function to perform calculations when built-in functions are not available.

Instruction is offered in a traditional classroom format with instructor led demonstrations, hands-on practical exercises, individual assignments and final examinations.

Course 1: In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour as Computer Software Applications or Microsoft Office Excel - Introductory (1/13) (5/14 Administrative Review).

Course 1, 2, and 3: The Microsoft Office Excel - Introduction, Intermediate and Advanced courses are designed for participants to enhance their computer applications skills.

Each course covers the various level functions and features of Microsoft Office Excel.

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